The purpose of this CCM course is to produce expressive arts facilitators that help create truly remarkable teams, deepening team communication and understanding, and increasing abilities to problem solve in innovative, responsive and spontaneous ways.
It’s an avenue for you to become aware of your own innate wisdom and to express it in all aspects of your life. Your vehicle to achieve this, quite simply, is your own body – it’s your weapon to break through the stagnation and resistance that may have developed during your life.
We have 1 study option available for our PDrama course: Blended Learning.
Domestic students only.
Feb 2018 (dates and timetable coming soon)
Day Class: Classes run for 2 consecutive days (Wed & Thu), 2 weeks on and 2 weeks off.
Night Class: Classes run 2 nights a week from 6pm – 9pm.
METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
All assessments that form part of this course are competency-based, with a result of Competent or Not Yet Competent (NYC). Types of assessment in this course include; practical observations, assignments, short answer questions, student clinic, case studies and presentations.
All face to face classes are limited to 30 participants, and as such all applications are processed on a first come, first served basis.
This qualification is not nationally recognised.
Although there are no course-specific entry requirements to study this qualification, CCM does ensure that all students who wish to study with us are also suitable.
To determine suitability and ensure all enrolled students can successfully complete the course, CCM assesses a potential student’s Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills, computer literacy and suitability to the course they wish to enrol in.
To establish Language Literacy and Numeracy skills, CCM requires students to provide evidence in the form of:
- a Certificate III or higher qualification; or
- an Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) assessment result of Level 3 or above; or
- a Higher School Certificate (HSC), or equivalent, with 50% or more, in both Math and English.
As all courses offered by CCM incorporate use of CCM’s online learning platform, whether it be in accessing course materials or submitting course work for assessment, CCM requires all students to have:
- access to a computer for the duration of the course;
- access to the internet as required; and
- computer literacy skills at Level 3 of the ACSF.
As part of the enrolment process, each student is also interviewed to ascertain their individual interests in undertaking the course, to ensure it is suitable for both their personal and career aspirations. Dependent on the outcome of the discussion, Course Advisors are able to suggest the most appropriate course, location and mode of delivery for the individual student.
DIPLOMA OF PSYCHODRAMA
Psychodrama has proven positive outcomes for a range issues that face businesses and community organisations from law firms to schools, hospitals and prisons so the career opportunities this course fosters are as broad as its learnings. As with all CCM courses, the realisations you’ll glean have a ripple effect that flows on to others, creating more fullness and joy in your life – and the lives of all those you’ll encounter in the future as Psychodrama facilitators.
Our Psychodrama course is rewarding and fulfilling. Graduates have gained employment in organisations such as art therapy/counselling services, government agencies, alcohol and drug centres, rehabilitation and outreach services, health centres, schools and, of course, private practice.
Our courses are led by a team of highly skilled and richly experienced staff. Please click on an image below to read their stories.